The Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford
Audio High is doing a major project with the LPCH, which is divided into three phases. The first phase, which is happening immediately, involves a refitting of the Forever Young Zone. This room was originally built by Steve Young's foundation, but now is in need of new equipment and other updates. We are working directly with Steve Young and his group to bring this room to new heights. AudioHigh.org is donating about $70,000 in equipment to this project, plus all labor, and the Forever Young Foundation is also making a sizable contribution to upgrade the room and also donate other equipment to the hospital.
Phase II with be done in conjunction with the Elf Foundation and is expected to be completed in roughly 12 - 18 months. This will involve additional equipment and services for the hospital.
Phase III will be a major project to build four high-tech "rooms of magic" in the new hospital wing being built. This project will involve several hundred thousands dollars of equipment and labor and will be unlike any project of its kind done at a children's hospital.
More information will be posted on this page as the project develops.
Evergreen Adult Development Center
AudioHigh.org is giving a large grant to help fund the building of a multi-use theater as part of an expansion of the Evergreen Adult Development Center.
The Development Center is a school for the developmentally disabled. They have a dedicated staff of teachers, administrators, and others who work wonders.
This new building will act as a community center for a number of groups and will be used every day.
We felt this was an important project to be involved with because it serves a large, important community that is often overlooked.
We will be posting more information about this project in the coming months.